While Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn was raking in around ¥1 billion last year, executives at other listed companies in Japan were also making more money than ever amid the economic recovery.

Executive pay for fiscal 2013 announced as of Monday showed that Hajime Satomi, chairman and CEO of Sega Sammy Holdings Inc., took home ¥635 million, ¥52 million more than he made the previous year.

Sega Sammy is the holding company of pachinko machine maker Sammy and arcade game developer Sega.